arts

What does it look like to bring glory to God by the art we create?

 
 

Eva Flatscher

Born in Vienna, Austria in 1965, Eva Flatscher studied free and applied painting at the School of the Arts. Since 1992 she has worked as a freelance visual artist. In 2002 she developed the concept of “LightPainting” and since then she has practiced her art in concert halls, international festivals and in public venues in both Europe and the United States. Her pioneering work unites the art forms of music, painting and dance in a unique and electrifying manner. Instead of a paintbrush she paints digitally with a grip pen and tablet which directs improvisational dancers onstage. She released a book of her work, LightPainting, published by Pipe LLC in 2013. Eva, her husband and her two children live in Princeton, New Jersey.

 

 

Chelsea Horvath

Chelsea Horvath is a visual artist, gallery director and arts educator committed to establishing platforms for conversations on the intersection of beauty, society, thought and faith. Her most recent area of study is on the correlation between the artistic temperament and mental illness, substance abuse, and juvenile delinquency. Chelsea’s creative work is informed by her involvement with broken communities and relies heavily upon the theme of restoration. Chelsea is a 2007 graduate of Case Western Reserve University with a B.A. in Art Education, and is a graduate of The Trinity Forum Academy.  She served as Assistant Director and Director of the twocities gallery in Shanghai, China from 2008 – 2013, where she also curated a number of exhibits in the visual arts.

Her work can be found at www.chelseahorvath.com.

 

 
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Harrison Hollingsworth

Harrison Hollingsworth was raised in suburban Texas and grew up in the church. At 18 years old, he moved to Center City Philadelphia for music school and attended Tenth Presbyterian Church, his first exposure to city ministry. His severe culture shock was cushioned by a church that loved students and loved the city. Harrison joined Redeemer Presbyterian Church in 2008 after moving to New York City to play Principal Bassoon at the NYC Ballet. God took him through an amazing discipleship journey, led by a combination of the preaching, the experience of leading a Community Group, and the courtship of the woman who soon became his wife.  Harrison is concurrently Director of Music at Redeemer Church. Harrison is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music (bassoon) and the Mannes College for Music (conducting). An avid chamber musician, Harrison has performed at the Kingston Music Festival, with Chesapeake Chamber Music, and in 2012 founded Miami’s Fairchild GardenMusic Festival with his trio (www.sixthfloortrio.com).